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, he'll be known as daniel. >> mom says i don't know my own strength. when i hit the bag, i think of the voices. >> at age 10, daniel was diagnosed with bipolar illness. even with medications, he hallucinates and hears voices. >> it would get very heated because he would yell at me. and when he would yell at me, i would get really offended because he was being disrespectful to me. >> i'm trying to help you. i'm trying to help me, too. >> i don't tell you when to hear voices. >> i can't handle it anymore. >> not once thinking that, well, he's hearing voices, he's trying to talk over those voices, and with talking over those voices he has to -- >> we wanted to get to know daniel and understand what life is like for a teenager with mental illness. this was day one of eighth grade. >> i'm in middle school. and being bully is really popular over there. i don't like to be a bully or to see people get bullied. >> as it does for many people, stress makes daniel feel worse. at first it goes well. but on day three, an ominous call. >> is there any way that i can just show up there and just
. golden sun please shine down on me >> daniel was drawn to music. he always wanted to be a drummer. >> i still really can't seem to get my head around that this has happened and how final it is. >> good job, joey. >> the bottom just falls out for you. what's left is faith. i have hope i'll see my daughter again. >> i had to be on the floor because i felt if i stood up the world would spin away. i remember asking why would somebody walk into the school and kill my child. >> in the wake of unfathomable grief, our hearts are broken, our spirit is not. three different quests for change. >> that's going to buy time. >> for their children, for all children. >> we want to prevent somebody else from suffering the way that we have. >> it's not only about sandy hook. >> we can't go back in time, but we can take what we've learned and honor our daughter by doing something with it. >> december 14th, 2012. even before the sun was up, something seemed off. >> daniel would always sleep in until closer to his bus time. but on the morning of december 14th, i hear little footsteps behind me. here comes li
something with it. >> december 14th, 2012. even before the sun was up, something seemed off. >> daniel would always sleep in until closer to his bus time. but on the morning of december 14th, i hear little footsteps behind me. here comes little daniel running down the driveway in his pajamas. he wanted to say goodbye and i love you to his brother and sister. don't ask me why. >> do you think about that day? >> i don't go to that day very often specifically. how about you? >> i can't go to that day. when we moved to newtown, i loved our small town. i loved thought was no crime whatsoever. just it was almost like we went back in time. we kind of got lulled into a little complacency. i certainly indulged in that fantasy that not here. couldn't happen here. >> all units the individual that i have on the phone is continuing to hear what he believes to be gun fire. >> the students and i were in morning meeting. we had just finished listening to "oh, what a beautiful morning" as we do every morning when the loud rapid shooting began. i turned to my students and i said, we need to get into the bathr
disempowerment. groups like count ii same day gardens are called on every day. i was lpg to daniel talking about the safety of getting people involved for all disasters. daniel to his outcome and objectives he asked me to be on one of tcommittees. i was asked several other times to serve on other committees. i'm describing a lack of grass rotsz role directed to people who your are creating the most sustainable and justice changes having to do with the environment and wellness. that's a disconnect we need to address. it's a model of community building that moves beyond engagement to true involvement. i know the disconnect between the escalating things on one hand and a need to revalue and fund those sorts of efforts represents an a a policy goal for all of us. i'm so grateful annie for the grant and i'm almost done. it was a glorious exception we all need more of. i want to leave you with the the word of an level years old-year-old. she's connected to the learning community and entered the camera. she wrote an say we're planting food for everybody its color full and the snakdz are fruits and vege
>> a presentation and up to date of the bayview initiative and daniel the director the neighborhoods city administers office this is an informational presentation and discussion. >> so commissioners we've got a presentation as secretary fish mentioned we're happy to have daniel here today talking about the campaign we're excited on working together. >> i'll get caught up here. soon as the tech support come up >> while you're bringing that up you probably know we started the sf it's an initiative we're been working that the mayor's office and many city departments looking at what some of the risks brown will be to the city assets as a relates to seawater revises by another important component in addition to looking at infrastructure and assets is really making sure that community members know what the risks might be and they have the resources locally to address those issues. this self-just about infrastructure but about people and daniels going to be talking about that. >> all right. well we'll take a second while we get caught up with the item that building commissioners thank you fo
of the small business majority. daniel pink was aide to form ee deputy of labor. his latest book is "to sell is human: the surprising truth about moving others." and the change agent of marketing is here, jeffrey is head of the hazlitt group and speaks to and advises small business owners. >> good to be here, jj. >> jeffrey, i'm going to ask you, because you talk to so many small business people every day. do you feel like there is a sense of optimism, that people are excited about next year? >> i won't use the word excited, but you can tell the mood has started to shift, which is really nice. people are getting over some of the issues in washington, i'm sure other panelists will talk about that more, but they are getting into an optimistic mood and we're starting to hear a lot of people who are tweeting me back and writing on social media they are looking at hiring more people and doing other things, so they are getting ready for 2014 and starting to implement that. >> what are you hearing? >> exactly the same thing. that's correct, not enthusiasm, but optimism. i do think small business ow
his real name. for the next few minutes, he'll be known as daniel. we wanted to get to know daniel and understand what life is like for a teenager with mental illness. there's laughter. fights about homework. >> all i got. >> reporter: daniel's in the eighth grade but also, this -- >> any way that i can show up there and wait in the waiting area? i don't want to be driving around with him like that. >> hearing voices and all of a sudden i had an urge to cut, so i started cutting my arm. >> reporter: he was cutting himself again. it ended with a trip to the hospital. daniel stayed for a week. if stephanie seems to take it all in stride, it's only because she's seen worse. even worse than what you're about to see. >> go away, please go away. >> reporter: what is that like to record your son? >> it was horrible. what gets me most his eyes on the video. he's got huge, beautiful eyes and he's just crying you see the despair in his eyes. it breaks my heart. >> breaks my heart as well. joining us from san antonio, texas, daniel's mom, stephanie escamilla and in atlanta, chief medical corr
it hard for mark barden, a professional musician to get back on stage after losing his son daniel. >> every minute that passes we are a minute further from life with daniel. that's hard to deal with. >> reporter: he was a kind-hearted 7-year-old who wanted to be a fireman. so a year ago firefighters turned out by the hundreds to line his funeral route. >> there is a saying that time heals. have you found that? >> i still find myself trying to will this all into a dream. trying to wish it was not real. >> the amount of support is overwhelming. >> reporter: their living room is overflowing with gifts from strangers, but it doesn't take away the longing. >> i guess i really miss his cuddles. he was really affectionate. i remember the night before on december 13th, getting into bed with him. we would read every night. i haven't read a book out loud since. >> reporter: the bardens channelled their grief into advocacy, prompted in part by daniel's siblings. >> james and natalie had questions. how could this happen? why did this happen? we didn't have answers. james just said, i hope thi
to call him daniel. when daniel was 9, without anyone knowing, he repeatedly fought to save his brother's life. how? by ignoring the voices in his head. let me read you this quote from daniel's story on cnn.com. on a fishing trip, stephanie, daniel's mom, watched as daniel pushed their lunch supplies, one by one, off the top of a picnic table. when she scolded him, he apologized. he kept the real reason to himself. voices urged him to shove his 3-year-old brother into the lake so he would drown. daniel puxed things off the table instead. it was his way of deflecting the voices and keeping his brother safe. these are the secret struggles of families who live with a person with severe psychological problems. too often we hear and report on what happens when families do not get help. newtown, aurora, columbine, and now one family allow eed cnn in their lives to help you understand the often unspoken side of living with the mentally ill. here's dr. sanjay gupta. >> when people meet my son, they don't see the mental illness. >> hey, mom. >> i want to tell you a story about the love between a
by montgomery county school officials that 30-year- old, daniel was engaging in inappropriate contact with students. he has been working with students from private and public schools in bethesda and potomac for several years and police are concerned there may be other victims. >> coming up next, two local parents will soon go on trial for allegedly breaking into the home of their daughter's boyfriend and beating him with a baseball bat. we'll tell you why prosecutors are convinced th >>> only on 9, some local parents will be in a maryland courtroom on friday accused of breaking into the home of their daughter's boyfriend and beating him with a baseball bat. >> that's right. according to police, the parents blame their daughter's drug use on the young man. andrea mccarren brings us up to date on this very unusual story. >> these are the faces of four montgomery county residents who were allegedly set on revenge. in mid november, william and tanya, along with daniel and his girlfriend, katherine, broke into this home and savagely beat the young man inside, according to charging docum
? danielle lee joins us live in washington. danielle, good morning to you. will the $1 trillion budget pass without that usual holiday hullabalu? >> lawmakers want to have a holiday break this year. this bill they're passing really represents a compromise on both sides. democrats are not getting the extension to the long-term benefits they're hoping for and republicans aren't seeing the savings they were hoping for. it calls for $$1.012 in spendin and a slight increase next year. to make up for that new spending they save elsewhere, cuts to medicare payments this bill will get its first big test, richard, later this morning in a meeting with house republicanship and aides say the house could take a vote on it as early as tomorrow. time is tight. house makers are plau plnning t leave town for the rest of the year. >> also for you, you have some grim news, at least when we look at the new nbc news/wall street journal poll numbers for the president as well as for congress. >> richard, grim is a good word for it. latest nbc/wall street journal poll 54% of americans say they disapprove of the jo
dice que es defensor de los derechos de animales, la agencia federal indicó que daniel andrea san diego se le acusa con relación a und elito de violencia. >> san diego sigue evadiendo la justicia, los antecedentes de daniel andrea san diego se remontan hacia el 2010 y el 26 de septiembre en un corporacion donde colocó una bomba con clavos. >> ha sido visto en santa cruz, así como massachussets y españa, daniel andrea san diego es naglosajon nació en berkeley actualmente tiene 35 años de edad tiene pelo y ojos, complexion delagda un tatuaje en los brazos y tiene quemaduras en el pecho y abdomen por los presuntos actos terroristas. >> si tiene información por favor llamar al fbi y cualquier persona que proporcione ifno inbfo será tratada de manera confidencial. >> gracias ramón un hombre resulto herido en una explosión en la calle ferby road, el hombre que estaba en la vivienda resultó con heridas menros. >> y lo que escuchamos nada más fue una explosión, creímos que era un temblor pero salimos y vimos las llamaradas. >> los oficiales estaban sorprendidos de que viviera. >>
the slopes of snow basin in utah. daniel has his camera going. he's with his buddies. something is about to happen. a girl on the left, he tries to avoid her. instead, he hits a boy. the dad comes out cussing and swinging. >> what the [ bleep ]? >> daniel talk about the situation. the dad hit him on the side of the head and used expletives. he said, to deescalate the whole thing, they went to the bottom of the slope and talked to ski patr patrol. he said the dad made an apology but it was insincere. >> you have to be careful. this stuff happens. the dad went too far. >> i think 17-year-old daniel needs to be commended for how he reacted. he apologized, deescalated it. went and got ski patrol. the dad starts swearing and using punches. we have a teenager actinging better than the grown up. >> a lot to learn. >> we reached out to the resort. they said they were informed of an altercation at the intersection of two runs. at this point, security got both parties together. they were able to resolve their issues and continued on with their day. the resort team is sorry for the incident and are
4 personas que mueren por la hora de frío, son daniel, enrique y daniel moor y andrew. >> en la terminal de san francisco se suspendieron 20 vuelos. >> algunos expertos plantean dudas de tornillos que sujetan la torre en la bahia, y expresan la bulnerabilidad pero no dice que tiene que temer que el puente se derrumbe, esperan que solucione un problema potencial. >> la junta nacional de transporte dara audiencia de dos días por un accidente asian airline que estrello en san francisco el año pasado, el avión automatizado venia demásiado lento y bajo. >> niños de varios estados dieron cartas a congresistas para pedir alto a deportaciones. >> 6000 cartas distribuyeron, las cartas exporesan deseo navideño de parar la deportación de familia como la de javier y angel que viven sin su madre. >> son dos años por que no puede pasar con nosotros, tenemos que estar solos. >> tratamos de pelear el caso. >> las cartas son llevadas a 60 republicanos que apoyan la reforma migratoria pero dicen que no hacen nada. >> cuando estamos en méxico estamos atrás. >> argumentan que el president
their stress levels is being tracked. >> if daniel and i are interacting right now there are a few things happening. we're talking. looking at my tone of voice, my volume. they can figure out right now that daniel and i are facing each other, using the receiver, that's the little window right there. >> ben is president and co-founder of sociometric solutions and also a test subject for its own technology. >> we have a motion sensor and a bluetooth radio. >> sensors in the badge record how often workers get up from their desk to their conservati conservationnal patterns and allows employees to collect hard data on the soft science of behavior. call center workers showed that they completed calls faster just by taking lunch and coffee breaks at the same time. >> at minimum saving the company $15 million a year. >> reporter: it may seem novel, but this increasingly effort. >> workers spend 2.5 hours a day for personal use while at work. >> reporter: selling monitoring software used by businesses and u.s. government agencies. >> we can see if alert words are showing up more than others. >> re
name. for the next few minutes, he'll be known as daniel. >> i don't know my own strength. when i hit the bag, i think of the voices. >> at age 10, he was diagnosed with bipolar illness. even with medication, he hallucinates and hears voices. >> it would get heated because he would yell at me. when he would yell at me, i would get offended because he was disrespectful. >> i'm trying to help you. >> i don't tell you when to hear voices. >> i can't handle it anymore. >> without once thinking, well, he's hearing voices. he's trying to talk over those voices and with talking over the voices, he has to yell. >> we wanted to get to know d daniel and understand what life is like for a teenager with mental illness. there's laughter. fights about homework. he's in the eighth grade but also this. >> is there a way i can show up there and wait in the waiting area? i don't want to drive around with him like that. >> i was hearing voices and all of a sudden, i have the urge to cut. i started cutting my arm. >> he was cutting himself, again. it ended with a trip to the hospital. daniel stayed for a
and i spent the day that daniel still weak agreed that the two countries have great potential for strengthening cooperation especially in economic trade and investment the coach ilk communications education and training sign enacting our teeth cultures and sports. during his visit deputy prime minister for planning. i was still witness at the signing of two important documents a framework agreement on trade and investment and an apple taxation is before against ip man. the new xj and ministers from casket that the qantas sydney gold plated yet countries on tuesday concluded that the elastic band at the top cent this year in singapore. we found the cheese and cream and on the signing of a teepee keep its shape as it did it to the zoo top team in january next year. correspondents in a singapore has the details ttp negotiate and countries of the arts media that went into decline. at a press conference in singapore which is still the key message sent out to begin kneading dough she teased with the same. ohh i like to give thanks to all programs have made these for i am. issues. su
in the house and moves to the senate. danielle lee is live with the latest, including speaker boehner's attack on the republicans. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. speaker john boehner did attack conservative groups trying to convince people to oppose the deal. after that, they lost credibility. what we saw was not a bunch of people opposing the bill, but a rare form of teamwork. the bill passed overwhelmingly in the house. it reduces the deficit by $23 billion and now it goes to the senate. they are caught up in a power struggle over the president's nominees that sent them into a marathon session that will occupy them through saturday. they have confirmed seven people, several more to go. one is jay johnson, the homeland security secretary. the senate is expected to pass the bill. the vote is much likely to be closer than in the house. mara? >> thanks so much for that. >>> a startling announcement out of north korea. kim jong-un has had his own uncle executed as a traitor. the execution announcement paints him as despicable scum and accuses him of acts of treachery and betrayal of tru
moves on to the senate which is wrapping up in a battle over nomination. nbc's danielle leigh is live with the latest including speaker boehner's attack on some fellow republicans. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. speaker boehner did push back against conservative groups that had been trying to encourage some of his members to impose this agreement. he said they lost credibility in this. the house passed it overwhelmingly, both sides agreeing it was time to compromise. it reduces the deficit up to $23 billion and reverses automatic spending cuts. now it heads on over to the senate. but progress there is on hold. that's because they are in the midst of a power struggle over the president's nominees, and that has forced them into this marathon session that's likely going to occupy them through saturday. they've already confirmed at least seven people, but they do have several more remaining. one is jay johnson who would be the homeland security secretary. that said, the senate is expected to pass this bill sometime next week. but richard, the vote is likely to be much closer tha
for our daughter emily. >> for our son daniel. >> newtown's cracked. we have been through a devastating experience but yet in the midst of our cracks, in the midst of that brokenness you are seeing light of all kinds showing through, through kindness of neighbors and people doing amazing things. >> asking people to keep their distance during these weeks. >> we are asking people to being perform an act of kindness in a very purposeful way and offer it up in honor of those youngsters and adults who lost their lives. >> all the media attention takes an emotional toll on the town. >> it takes time to reflect on our loss in a personal way. >> first to the scene, police chief michael keyhoe said emotional 16% of the 43 member police force have taken time out to deal with symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder. all were first responders to the shooting. ful want to use sick -- many want to use sick time. connecticut being governor dan plo malloy has offered sick time. >> now on long term disability we're told that officer bean is not alone. joining us is attorney eric brown who represents b
mandela made his final trip home to the village where he will be laid to rest. danielle nottingham on the preparations for the funeral. >>> reporter: military officers carried nelson mandela's flag- draped coffin. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: as the leader's widow and his former wife held each other for support. a police motorcade escorted the hearse on the 20-mile trip from the airport to the family compound. qunu residents welcomed the man they called tata back to his home village. >> he did many things for us as children of africa. >> reporter: once inside the mandela compound, tribal leaders draped his coffin in lion skin, a cultural tradition. as south africans accept their country's hero is gone, villages like this one are finding ways to preserve his legacy. >> they were lucky because [ indiscernible ] >> reporter: lily is teaching dancers who live in the community outside pretoria about where they come from. their eyes have been glued to this week's tv coverage [ inaudible ] unified as a black person. >> reporter: she hopes what kids see out of qunu on sunday will inspire the
carrying his body went through the streets for the funeral. danielle nottingham on how mandela's legacy touched so many lives. >> reporter: military officers carried nelson mandela's flag- draped coffin as the leader's two wives held each other for support. a police motorcade escorted the hearse on the 20-mile trip from the airport to the family compound. qunu residents welcomed the man they called tata back to his home village. >> he did many things for us as children of south africa. >> reporter: once inside, tribal leaders draped his coffin in lion skin, a cultural tradition. as south africans accept their country's hero is gone, villages like this one are finding ways to preserve his legacy. [ indiscernible ] >> reporter: lily is teaching dancers who live in the community outside pretoria about where they come from. their eyes have been glued to this week's tv coverage. >> mandela brought us this [ indiscernible ] unified -- [ indiscernible ] >> reporter: she hopes what kids see out of qunu on sunday will inspire them to live his lessons and pass them on. danielle nottingham, cbs ne
to ."niel newhauseto "newsmakers" daniel newhauser is a reporter for a roll call. derek wallbank is with bloomberg news. >> thank you for being here. capital ist of the julius. they are both saying this will avert any shutdown fears for january 15 and possibly for october 1 as well. that is not set in stone yet. >> can he walk us through the next steps? >> you are right. there is a joyous atmosphere. it was a huge event. of gettinghe logjam away from these herky-jerky shutdowns we been going through. they must take it and break it down for each agency and department of the government. we have to do that before january 15 because that is when the clearing resolution wears out. -- current resolution wears out. that will implement the budget resolution that was agreed to yesterday by the house. i wanted to ask you to comment on something that speaker john boehner had talked about in this past week. you have often been a target of these outside groups for your chairmanship for having to allocate money at a higher rate than they would like. a speaker boehner was very adamant, saying t
. please welcome daniel goleman. (cheers and applause) thanks for coming on. all right, you're a psychologist, an author, a science journalist and you're most famous book is called "emotional intelligence." it sold over five million copies. what is emotional intelligence. >> emotional intelligence means being intelligent about emotions. >> stephen: what does that mean? aren't books themselves like your book about -- isn't that book smart not emotion smart? (laughter) >> well, the book is about how to manage your emotions, how to be self-aware, how to be empathic, how to tune into someone else. >> stephen: but you can't think about emotions. you have to feel emotions, right? you have to project -- like emotions -- like i can't read about that, i've got to read your face, are you like rolling your eyes or going "i heard you the first time!" >> that's part of emotional intelligence, picking up cues from people about how people are feeling. >> stephen: how am i feeling right now? >> i think you're feeling very serious. are you? >> stephen: i'm not in touch with my own emotions.
from the bay area: daniel andreas san diego has rs. >>> the fbi is turning up the heat on a most wanted terrorist from the bay area. daniel andreas san diego has been on the run for 10 years. this is a sketch of what he might look like now. wendy yee on why asians are scouring san rafael. >> reporter: fbi agents went door to door looking for their most wanted domestic terrorist daniel san diego. it's believed he could be hiding in the neighborhood where he has family ties. san diego is charged in the bombing of the kyron office building in emeryville 10 years ago. surveillance video shows a lone figure walking through the complex. then a bomb goes off in an entrance. >> it was intended to cause damage to physical property and it would have been easy for an innocent bystander to be caught by these powerful and destructive bombs. >> reporter: a second bomb went off an hour later. the fbi believes it was intended to hurt police and emergency crews responding to that first bomb. a month later another bomb exploded at the shackly corporation in pleasanton. agents say san diego is a member
and jackie's living room is full of memories of their youngest son, daniel. >> that's a pencil drawing. >> people still send gifts and lett letters. >> his ginder garden teacher sent this. he was wise beyond his years and truly understood the importance of sharing joy and taking care of others. >> everyone who knew daniel talks about his kindness. >> he's the kid who the day after halloween, you would go over to his house and he would open up his basket and say what's your favorite kind of candy and want to give to you. i would say, it's your candy. he said, i enjoy it by watching you enjoy it. what little kid does that, you know? >> trick or treat. >> and he was musical like his father. >> christmas before this last year, we had a drum set. >> for jackie's father, his 90th birthday, the kids and i got together and played what a wonderful world, and daniel played the drums. >> he was really proud of himself. [ cheers and applause ] >> on the morning of december 14th, he said, can you show me something on the piano? i said -- i showed him how to play "jingle bells." i was watching his l
. this is according to the mercury news. they were chris sheperd and lawrence daniels. they were inspecting a dip in the track between the walnut creek station on october 19th. and they failed to follow regulations requiring one person to stand outside of the path and watch for a train. the accident occurred during the recent bart strike when the trains were running for maintenance and training. there are details giving insight into the moments of the crash of asiana flight. the transcript from inside the plane. the plane was going too low and too slow. it shows 40 minutes before the plane crashed, the pilots were discussing lasik surgery and whether a son should get it. 20 minutes before the crash they started to get an idea where things are saying, quote, that bridge leads to oakland. later the pilot discussed golfing in the area. and less than 20 seconds before the crash. one of the pilots says it is low. eight seconds before the crash one said speed. three seconds before a pilot calls for a go around meaning go up and try again but it is too late. three people died in the crash. >>> no one is
we start this had program called the daniel plan, i made a commitment to lose 90 pounds. all my members, i said, i've only gained two or three pounds a year but i've been your pastor 30 years. >> the daniel plan, pastor rick warren mentioned. it's 40 days to a healthy life. it's a biblical based -- >> yeah. >> diet plan. you author it, along with dr. mark. thank you for your patience. >> we all know we need to eat better and exercise to get healthy. that will fix our biology. how do we change our behavior? science has shown us we are better together. people change in community. >> in a group? >> in a group. the key to changing behavior is getting help from your friends. like the beatles song, little help from your friends. we got to do this plan with the healthy curriculum through the church where 12,000 people lost a quarter million pounds. >> in one year. >> in a year. they did it together and those who did it together lost twice as much weight as those who did it alone. eating real food, getting off the junk, moving more. the connection to build a better life. >> it really is
. had enough? chris mcdaniel has backbone. in the legislature he stood up to the big spenders in both parties. in court he represented mississippi against obama care. chris mcdaniel, the new, strong conservative leader mississippi needs. >> wow. me wave is spreading in the plains and southern states. here's where it stands right now. in wyoming, mike enzi faces a nasty challenge from liz cheney. in kansas, senior senator pat roberts also elected in '96 is being primaried by a tea party backed radiologist. in tennessee, facing a tea party backed opponent. in kentucky mitch mcconnell has to first tango with a republican opponent before taking on a democratic one who's up by two points. and in mississippi as i mentioned, senator thad cochran has got to fight his own party. in georgia there's at least eight republicans vying to replace the retiring senator saxby chambliss. lindsey graham faces a crowded field of republicans to unseat him. these are the faces of powerful republican senators who are forced to defend their seats against their own party. michael steele's an expert. he's a for
through to reach a compromise but at what cost? danielle leigh joins us live in washington. i have a question for you, aren't there key elements in the budget that are unresolved? >> reporter: democrats didn't get the extension of the long-term unemployment benefits they were hoping for and republicans aren't seeing the savings they would like. the bill calls for just over $1 trillion in spending in 2014. it also restores $63 billion to automatic spending cuts. that is going to help programs like defense, education and also medical research. to deal with that new spending they are finding savings elsewhere, for instance cuts to medicare payments. the bill will get the first test later this morning. house aides say lawmakers could take a vote as early as tomorrow and send it to the senate. time is tight because lawmakers are planning to leave town this friday for the rest of the year. >> a lot to do in a short amount of time. >>> the first nation to create a nation to run marijuana industry. lawmakers aiming at a market place. the risky a experiment to begin next year. >>> bill kari
for year. -- years. bonilla says that daniel sirotkin was a substitute teacher during his junior and senior years at the bethesda- chevy chase high school. cool, butreally people were saying he was kind of flores -- flirtatious. ofiel sirotkin was accused abusing a teenage girl he was tutoring. it was a friend of the alleged victim who reported the abuse to a school in ministry or all police. hisne answered the door at home, but the accusations have shaken this quiet community. >> you just don't know who your neighbors are from -- sometimes. i don't know that i have seen them except driving by. it is kind of scary. >> it is troubling, especially when it is right across the street. >> he worked at both public and private still -- schools and as a personal tutor and coach. they're asking anyone with information to call police. >> police are concerned there could be other victims out there. they have released few details, but according to documents, those accusations go back a couple of years. is a miracle story. six family members who were missing in the nevada mountains for two days are now
like that. but they hung in there. the redskins are on pace to have the worst season in the daniel snyder era. they are now 3-11. seemse first time in what like an entire season, the players fought till the very end. second quarter, take a look. cousins throws a strike to pierre garcon in stride for the touchdown. the redskins led at the half. cousins kept on fighting. moss, who holds onto this one for the touchdown. do they try to tie? do they go for it? it is gutsy. they go for two. cousins about to do something, he gets the snap and looks for the pass and it is tipped. gone off to the sidelines. shanahan visibly upset. his players tried to console him. 27-26. >> we did not do enough to win. , a fumble that you do not want to have. i felt like that was on the. -- on me. if they of plays that, go differently, it is probably a different result. we are determined to get better. >> we will have more coming up in sports. 21 yards, 3 touchdowns, interceptions. >> those were memorable and painful. we will have more in sports. bge customers, you are about to pay more to keep your lights
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. that is up five points from the all time low he hit last month. >> his name is daniel sirotkin, 30 years old and taught high school students primarily in potomac and bethesda. he was arrested this morning charged with sexually abusing a student. sirotkin was never an employee. he was a private tutor and coach hired by parents. detectives say they only know of one victim but are worried there may be more. >> virginia governor bob mcdonnell is proposing new mental health initiatives. today he announced $38 million in additional funding for critical and mental health services. >> i think we just have a deeper obligation to try to fix and address and put resources into the system. >> there is now a woman who will be leading the kennedy center for the very first time. debra rudder will become the national cultural and performance center's new president. she is currently head of the chicago symphony orchestra. >> the picture of the day is a selfy taken by the president of the united states. here he is posing with prime minister david cameron of the united kingdom and of denmark. the photos seem to
nomination. danielle lee is live in washington with the latest. how long do we think this will go op.? >> it could easily go through saturday but senate majority leader is determined to get through all of the president's nominations if he can and he says he's willing to go as long as that could take, even if it means working through christmas. harry reid is trying to get through at least 11 nominations by the president that have been held up by republicans and two of the big ones, one is nina pillard nominated to the d.c. circuit court and another is jed johnson who would lead the department of homeland security. pillard was confirmed just after 1:00 this morning. the reason this is happening dates back to last month when democrats changed the rules when a simple majority was needed to end filibusters for the president's nominations. that weakened republicans so they're fighting pack and trying to use up all of the time they possibly can to consider each and every one of these nominees so reid is responding by saying if you're going to do that we'll keep working right on through unti
? >> reporter: well, liz, they are looking for daniel san diego. he is 35 years old, considered armed and dangerous. a suspected bombmaker who eluded the fbi for 10 years. this afternoon, they did circulate this poster asking anyone if they have seen this man in this san rafael neighborhood. >> do you live here? >> no. >> reporter: fbi agents went door to door in this affluent san rafael neighborhood. they are looking for their most wanted domestic terrorist daniel san diego. investigators believe he could be hiding in the neighborhood where he has family ties. san diego is charged in the bombing of the chiron office building in emeryville 10 years ago. surveillance video shows a lone figure walking through the complex. then a bomb goes off in an entrance. >> intended to cause damage to physical property and it would have been easy for an innocent bystander to be caught by these powerful destructive bombs. >> reporter: a second bomb went off an hour later. the fbi believes it was intended to hurt police and emergency crews responding to that first bomb. a month later another bomb expl
of groceries and fill up one tank of gas, if somebody had told us over that year and a half and my danielle adams was driving around the southeast with all of us trying to find a job, somebody said we'll do you a favor and cut off your unemployment benefits we would say thank you so much but we're good. and my danielle adams -- my danielle adams was working his ass off. we didn't have summer vacations for two years. we drove around trying to find a job. we couldn't afford it. so when rand paul says what he says i would just say as a member of the republican party that would like to get back into the white house again before i die, we need to be more careful about how we say those things because there are -- howard, you understand, there are two sides of this debate and we have to balance. >> the problem with people like rand paul may not be his republicanism but his privileged position as son of a physician who is doing pretty well in life and now a united states senator. we did welfare reform. we didn't do what gingrich did. >> it worked. >> but, it did reduce welfare roles in half. we all
turned it into his own net. relentless. when they go in front, and daniel made it 2-0. that ended the match and the contest. they were in the mood for more after the break. they added to their tally. itmas did his part to make 5-0. this one was a jam. they combined to teach him up. in the last minute, mario got been on the act to wrap up the stunning 7-0 win. conceding seven goals at home hurt. there are no excuses for it. they are in a different class. they taught us a real lesson. they are the best team in the world. the next week we will measure ourselves against a team more in our class. >> that will be scant consolation. >> they have tightened up their grip on second place with a one- 0 win. their squad has been hit by injuries and saturday meant more bad news for the coach. >> they could celebrate a deserved win of the final whistle. they had been horrible with only one chance in the opening stages. they responded brilliantly. 18 minutes and, he pounced and made it 1-0 to the visitors. it was the south korean's seventh goal of the season. he almost added another on the half-
francisco and others. after the introductions the meeting began with a presentation by danielle homsey through the city administrator's office. sought ways to collaborate with the disability disaster preparedness committee. more recently starting in 2008 a group of leaders in diamond heights community organized to find ways to make their community more resilient in the in a disaster. >> they created an action plan among other areas there has been a strong focus in the ability of many vulnerable neighborhoods including seniors and people with disabilities to be checked on and to be able to shelter in place if necessary post disaster. focussed efforts to disaster shelters to people with disabilities and seniors the presentation sparked a discussion about ways to ensure all the various departments who are responsible for providing services to vulnerable populations on a daily basis can coordinate their efforts so people can shelter at home post disaster. the group agreed to continue the conversation with the diamond heights project team at the following meeting and to identify specifi
of problem areas. we have had people who are cooking their drugs on the street and daniel the sidewalks to the point where the rebars are popping out. we basically meet your criteria for places that should be added to the list. with the edge of the park. we have a tiny tots program. and we have limited on street parking which means people coming home late at night don't have access to this area. we have moving vehicles and trucks. they don't move sometimes for 2 weeks. i heard some talk about the 72-hour rule. it's 144-hour rule. because it has to be 72 hours before it's marked and you have to wait another 72 hours before it's moved. it's not really us solving our problems. it needs to be a place where people at least have a chance to share. thank you. >> thank you very much. christian walter? >> i'm not either of those people. i just want to speak about this. >> okay. get in line behind the two people. christian, are you here? come to the podium. christian you are next. >> i'm hearing a lot of things about a lot of things that seem very selfish in many ways. it seems like you have bor
auto company. she'll replace daniel ackerson next month. i'm tony harris in new york city, "inside story" is next on al jazeera america. >> amiddlesbrough thamidst the a tribute, the story of apartheid on "inside story." >> hello, i'm ray suarez. the world said goodbye and thank you to nelson mandela in an emotional memorial service in a stadium in johannesburg. southern africa, home to some of the most important mineral deposits were racked by civil war pitting sides against each other. murdering political opponents at home and in exile. what south africa follow angola and mozambique in civil war with its large population and decades of bitterness, it created the potential of being the most dangerous of all. on this edition of "inside story" we'll be discussing nelson mandela and the process of negotiation that kept south africa from tearing each other apart. dignitaries, family, friends, and south africans of all color, thousands of mourner poured into the soccer stadium to celebrate the life of nelson mandela. >> to the people of south africa, people of every race and every walk
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